2010 Bana Fragrant Spring

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Pu-erh Tea
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  • “Tea for the afternoon... Bana does pick some very lovely shengs. I steeped this in the xiying and am having a great session drinking out of my glass mug. I wrote an extensive note on it a while...” Read full tasting note
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From Bana Tea Company

Weight: 100 grams (3.5 oz.) loose leaf
Type: Raw Pu-erh (non-fermented)
Grade: 1 & 2
Production area: Jingmai Mountain, Lancang Prefecture, Yunnan Province

The freshness and elegance of this crystal-clear pale yellow brew engenders both the freshness and the timelessness of an ancient tea forest. Made with leaves from ancient trees, the gentle floral notes and the pleasant aroma of this tea are not only satisfying to your palate, it makes it a great tea to introduce to a friend who is new to tea drinking. Brew it with lower temperature water and you will discover layers of refreshing flavors followed by a sweet aftertaste. It is a great tea to start the day with or when you return to the office after lunch.

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Tea for the afternoon… Bana does pick some very lovely shengs. I steeped this in the xiying and am having a great session drinking out of my glass mug. I wrote an extensive note on it a while back. It still seems lemony and a bit earthy, flowery. I still think the Bana sampler sets are a great deal for anyone wanting to explore a lot of good quality pu-erhs.

Missy

Thanks for the heads up. I am going to look into pu-erhs some time soon. :D

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